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... usual 'you-never-listened-to-us' factions from pre-9/11 and hard-liners whose psychological flaws are those of the authoritarian personality. There are also rival active proponents of a strategy of engagement with Political Islam. The hardliners will do almost anything to block what they see as 'appeasement'. Internationally, the origin of this hardline school of thought is not so much Israel (though it plays its role) but France, which has honed its anti-Islamism on Algeria and support for its Arab allies. France is still trying to preserve its imperial pretensions. North Africa is a tinderbox from Cairo to Rabat and for some French security elements, this is also about gloire, national identity, secularism, republicanism, ...
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92. Robert Kennedy and the Middle East connection [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... ..But when Johnson slipped into these self hypnotic states it became harder, as the months passed...to pull him out.'( [8]) Loyal till the end, though, were the emerging circle of neo-cons who, with some justification regarded, the unqualified 1967 Israeli victory as the dawn of a new era in US/Israel relations.( [9]) In view of what later transpires, it is worth considering Bobby Kennedy's own foreign policy platform. By now totally opposed to the Vietnam war, Kennedy held fairly conventional views on support for Israel. He endorsed the controversial sale of 50 Phantom jets to Israel in May 1968; but, like his ...
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93. The Labour Finance and Industry Group: a memoir [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... to politics because LFIG played a small but important role in that process of transition to what we have today. Conspiracy theory Before telling the tale, let's knock some of the conspiracy theory on the head. I am well aware of how the 'Zionist machine' works and how manipulative the Israeli Embassy can be. But even Labour Friends of Israel is no AIPAC. Nearly all the Old Labour Right in the Party were pro-Israel, pro-nuclear armament, pro-EU and pro-US regardless of anyone in the LFIG or at the Israeli Embassy. I recall one dinner with Lord Gilbert, doyen of British Atlanticists, in which the importance of the nuclear deterrent was the main subject of discussion. No ...
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... , that this had been one of the most exciting moments of Woodhouse's life. The return of the young Mohamed Reza Shah Pahlavi was the ultimate goal. It cost a couple of million pounds, a planeload of weapons and perhaps five thousand lives. And twenty-five years later, it all turned to dust.' In a later chapter on Israel Fisk writes: 'When I first visited the West Bank scarcely nine years after the 1967 war, there was in the occupied territories an Israeli-controlled Palestinian police militia, an army of collaborators- they even wore black berets- who "controlled" a supine and humiliated Palestinian people. North of the Israeli border, a Lebanese population lived in ...
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... 'This new imperialism....may threaten, coerce and at times even invade, but it does so with the claim to improve (that is, democratize) states and then leave.' (p. 59) The same author, rather boldly goes so far as to write this: 'as long as support to autocratic Arab regimes and Israel continues unabated, Washington's rhetoric about freedom and democracy carries little conviction. (p. 61) ..... As Iraq testifies, there is probably not enough soft power around to compensate for the friction of war.' (p. 64) Which about as tough as these essays get. 'The consensus is that [ ...
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96. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... . This will come as small surprise to Lobster readers who will recall that Levy met Blair in 1994 through the good offices of the Israeli embassy in London. Levy was recently quoted by the Jewish Chronicle as saying: 'I have been with him since he became leader and I will be at his side until the end.' The strong Israel network in New Labour is likely to continue beyond the retirement of Blair and Levy. Gordon Brown has often spoken to his attachment to the Israel cause and regularly sees Irwin Stelzer, Rupert Murdoch's neo-con point man on matters Middle Eastern and much else. Mike Gapes MP, a leading light in Labour Friends of Israel and the Westminster Foundation ...
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97. David Mills revisited [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists). The complete text is available on their website.( [4]) Gaydamak was a Russian Jewish immigrant to France in the last days of the Breznev regime in the then Soviet Union. He arrived penniless. He is now a multibillionaire and has claimed that he is the fifth richest person in Israel. After a succession of low-paid jobs he was a gardener for a while he established a business as a technical translator. This gave him a comfortable but non-ostentatious lifestyle. All this changed in the after-math of the Soviet Union's collapse in the late eighties. He then suddenly emerged as a fixer with subsequently revealed connections both to ...
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... in the Middle East. 'Israel's desperation for foreign exchange means Russian Mafiosi have been allowed to integrate themselves into the country's political and financial system. Many Russians with criminal records have used their wealth to promote themselves into the top echelons of Israel's political parties.' Think then what that might mean for international politics, given the close ties of Israel to the United States and the extent to which the latter's election process depends on huge cash injections. Kochan also tells us that laundered money in this case from the former dictator of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha helped Tony Blair get New Labour off the ground. "The British Financial Services Authority conducted its own investigation of British ...
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... Capacity Questioned'. This claimed 'Aramco managers had systematically over-produced the major oil-fields from 1970 1973', essentially to suck as much out of the ground as possible prior to nationalisation by the Saudis. (p. 50) Simmons explains that King Faisal's October 1973 oil embargo was brought on as a direct response to America's decision to arm Israel and clears up the mistaken but commonly held belief that this embargo raised prices. The fourfold to six-fold oil price hike was, in fact, due to the evaporation of spare oil capacity coupled with the fact that 'global oil demand had become a runaway train'. (p. 55) This price increase had the positive effect of ...
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100. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Reagan administration member Alexander Haig. The Pope is now dead but Ledeen is still very much alive, propagandising for years with his old pal Richard Perle from their base at the American Enterprise Institute for a war on Iraq and now for similar intervention in Iran and Syria. Ledeen was a regular contributor on terrorism and the defence of Ariel Sharon's Israel in The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator when Conrad Black was owner. In the April 3 2005 radio interview with Los Angeles public radio KPFK, Vincent Cannistraro, the former CIA head of counterterrorism and intelligence director at the National Security Council under President Reagan, was asked about the Niger documents. This was in the context of deficient US ...
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